Kevin Adams, one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business

Kevin Adams is on the leading edge of the post-incandescent age on Broadway, exploiting the potential of CFL bulbs, fluorescent tubes, glass and flex neon, and the latest LED technology. His work for Spring Awakening -- brilliant white light for the 19th-century play's scenes and saturated color from what he calls "electric objects" for the songs -- won him a Tony in 2007. He picked up a second Tony in 2008 for The 39 Steps, a third in 2010 for his lighting of the Green Day musical American Idiot and a fourth in 2014 for Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Another Adams hit: a fabulous wall of light for the musical Passing Strange. One admirer said it looked "like Mark Rothko meets Japanese pop."

hair - 2009



metropolitan opera

l’amour de loin

metropolitan opera/2017

the cher show



metropolitan opera/2018

la traviata

metropolitan opera/2018

hey college students and instructors...

during covid semesters, if there is anything you want to ask me or want me to look at, anything at all, contact me at the email address below.

also, if you want me to zoom visit your college theatre class, contact me! I happen to be free.